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Day Wise Itinerary
Welcome to the Land of the Kings, a fabled realm of maharajas and their majestic forts and lavish palaces. India is littered with splendid ruined bastions, but nowhere will you find fortresses quite as magnificent as those here, rising up imperiously from the desert landscape like fairy-tale mirages of a bygone era.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive At Delhi
Arrive at Delhi. You will be met on arrival at Delhi Airport / Railway Station and escorted to the hotel. Delhi,
the capital city of India lying along the River Yamuna, Seven cities have existed here since the 10th century,
ruled over by a succession of Rajputs, Turks, Afghans, Mughals and the British. Delhi is two cities in one; the
Old Delhi of the Mughals, created by Shah Jahan after moving his Capital from Agra in 1638 AD is still a
medieval district of narrow lanes, forts, mosques and bazaars. The second, New Delhi, built by the British in
1911-1931 and characterized by Sir Edwin Lutyens' architecture, is a spacious and well-designed
metropolis of broad avenues, grand imperial buildings and landscaped gardens. New Delhi is a green city
with its tree lined avenues, parks and natural forest and one of the City's hidden delights is the picturesque Lodi Gardens set around Mughal tombs and it is home to a number of museums including the national
Museum, the Museum of Modern art, the Museum of Natural History and the creative Arts and Crafts
Hawa Mahal, is a palace in Jaipur. It was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, and designed by Lal Chand Ustad in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Its...
Badi Chaupad(Johari Bazaar Road, Jaipur, Rajastan, India
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Day 6: Jaipur To Jodhpur
Enjoy your breakfast this morning at the hotel, check out and proceed and drive to Jodhpur and check in at
hotel. Please note that Rao Jodha founded the Rathore Dynasty in Jodhpur in 1459 AD and the kingdom of
Marwar flourished due to its strategic location on the trade route between Delhi and the Middle East. As a
legacy of its glorious past, Jodhpur boasts many stunning palaces, forts and temples. The 15th century city of
Jodhpur, stands at the edge of Thar Desert and is the largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. Jodhpur is a
resplendent city, with a blend of modern and traditional buildings. The city is totally dominated by a
massive fort sprawled across 125- meter high hill known as Meherangarh Fort, founded by Rao Jodha in
15th century. A flourishing trade center in the 16th century, Jodhpur is still one of the leading centers of
wool, cattle, Camels, salt and agricultural Crops . It boasts of some of very fine reminders of its glorious past
palaces, temples and other elegant monuments of architectural and historical significance. Also Jodhpur is popularly known as the 'Blue City' because of the beautiful houses painted with indigo color mostly
belonging to the Brahmin caste. You can get a magnificent view of this Blue city from the ramparts of the
Meherangarh Fort. Visit the Meherangarh Fort, which was impregnable for the rocky base. It totally
dominates the city and within its walls are the royal palaces, priceless jewels and a striking collection of
arms .Also visit Jaswant Thada, the white marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II built in 1899.
Also visit Sardar Bazaar and Clock Tower markets where you can see the vegetable, spice, Indian sweets,
and textile and silver markets. These colorful markets with tiny shops dot the narrow lanes replete with
woodcarvings, wrought iron, lacquer work, silver and ivory ornamentation and leather handicrafts.
The Zenana Mahal, former palace of the royal ladies, is now splendidly transformed to host regal weddings, events and musical soirees.An integral part of the The City Palace...
The queens palace,Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
Travel from Jodhpur to Udaipur
Day 8: Udaipur Sightseeing
Enjoy your breakfast this morning at the hotel, and proceed for Visit Jagdish Temple. Built in 1651 A.D. by
Maharana Jagat Singh, this Indo-Aryan temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, a manifestation of Vishnu. The largest and the most beautiful temple of Udaipur, it is always seething with constant activity and noted for
its beautiful sculpted images and towering shikhara.
Later visit City Palace – Udaipur's fascinating City Palace is the largest royal complex in Rajasthan. Standing
on a rocky promontory the palace has balconies, towers and cupolas and presents a wonderful view of the
lake and the city. The complex has eleven constituent mahals (palaces), constructed by successive
maharanas during the three hundred years that followed the foundation of Udaipur in 1559. Added to this,
Crystal Gallery and Durbar Hall within the complex is spectacular. Explore them for their mosaics,
miniatures, mirror work and motifs. Also visit Sahelion Ki Bari that is a small ornamental garden built in the
honor of Royal Ladies for recreational purpose.
Next is the visit to Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum. Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandir is home to an attractive collection
of folk dresses, puppets, ornaments, dolls, masks, folk musical instruments, folk deities and paintings. The
museum is the best place for those interested in puppetry. Short amusing puppet shows are staged
throughout the day. In addition, the museum runs short courses in puppet making and theatre Followed by
visit to Eklingji & Nagda Temples - built in white marble with a double storied porch on the bank of Lake